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lucas' artwork and movie memorabilia. set to open in 2018. lucas wanted to build his museum at the presidio, but the presidio trust would not give him the piece of land he wanted. they offered him an alternative. lucas turned that down. >> so we'll be headed to chicago where his wife is from. >> that's good for them, i guess. >> that's going to do it for us. thanks for joining us. we hope to see you tomorrow. good night. >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center in the heart of new york city, it's "the tonight show starring jimmy fallon." tonight, join jimmy and his guests -- louis ck. neil young and jack white.
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musical performance by neil young. and featuring the legendary roots crew. and now, here he is, jimmy fallon! ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's what i'm talking about right there. beautiful crowd. hot crowd. welcome to "the tonight show" everybody. thank you for being here. what a show tonight. oh my goodness. louis c.k. >> steve: come on. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: jack white and neil young.
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[ cheers and applause ] tonight! >> steve: here! >> jimmy: insane. welcome to the show everybody. here's what people are talking about. tonight clippers owner donald sterling broke his silence in an interview with anderson cooper, where he insist that he's not a racist. [ laughter ] because what better way to prove you're not racist than by sitting down with the whitest man on tv. [ laughter ] hair is even white. in the interview, sterling apologized for his racist remarks and said that his girlfriend v. stiviano baited him into saying those things. when asked him how she baited him he said, "by asking what i think about black people." [ laughter ] that was unfair. totally out of line. >> steve: underhanded. >> jimmy: she asked me what i thought and i told her. [ light laughter ] sterling also said that he's entitled to make one mistake. come on. which would've been a better defense if he didn't make like eight mistakes at once. [ laughter ] you got caught on tape being racist to your mistress.
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[ laughter ] that's at least three things you did wrong right there. yeah. yeah, give me one mistake. the other big story is the st. louis rams made history saturday by drafting michael sam and making him the first openly gay player in the nfl. [ cheers and applause ] yep, an nfl player who's never been with a woman. or as tim tebow put it,"it's been done." [ laughter ] some international news here. this thursday is the deadline for iran to meet a series of measures to delay its nuclear program. and iran said, "you mean deadline, deadline or sign up for obamacare deadline? because that thing -- [ laughter ] -- had extensions. it was like a long deadline. i mean that thing had more extensions than "the real housewives of atlanta." [ laughter ] put on espn. you know what i'm saying. can i get the what what? no? okay. up top." [ laughter ]
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this isn't good here. the international olympic committee is now considering london as a backup host city for the 2016 olympics if rio isn't ready. and so i'd like to officially congratulate london for being the host of the 2016 olympics. [ laughter and applause ] it's going to be great. it's going to be fantastic. of course tonight a big deal over here at nbc, the big season finale of "the blacklist." right here on nbc -- [ applause ] yeah. something very shocking happened. i'm not going to say what it is because you might not have seen it yet and i don't want to ruin it for you. in fact, we've been real careful around here not to give out any spoilers. i'll show you what i mean in this exclusive spoiler-free interview with one of the stars of "the blacklist" megan boone. it's time for a "tonight show" inside look. ♪ >> jimmy: thank you for being here. i just saw the season finale of "the blacklist."
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and first off -- wow. >> i know. >> jimmy: i mean it's just like -- >> crazy. >> jimmy: really crazy. >> right? >> jimmy: i mean did you ever think that -- >> no. >> jimmy: was there ever a a moment? >> no, no, no never. >> jimmy: when you were thinking -- >> yeah. >> jimmy: that maybe everything you knew -- >> oh, no. >> jimmy: cause i was just like -- [ laughter ] do you know what i mean? >> i know exactly what you mean. >> jimmy: one final question. i know i'm not supposed to ask you this but is he your dad? >> yes. >> jimmy: thank you so much, megan. >> thank you jimmy. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: my thanks to megan boone for the interview. no spoilers. >> steve: no spoilers. >> jimmy: hey here's some good news for stoners. [ cheers ] a new study found that the number of new yorkers arrested with small amounts of the marijuana has gone down 9 percent this year. that's right because you know at this point even drug sniffing dogs are like, "oh come on, just legalize it. [ laughter ] i mean what is the big -- everyone else has done it. [ applause ] it's fine.
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i'll sniff something. yeah, whatever." [ laughter ] you guys this is cool. after working on a deal to sell his beats headphones to apple for $3 billion -- [ audience oohs ] -- dr. dre is now being called the world's first billionaire rapper. then bill gates was like, "oh i think you're mistaken. [ laughter ] check check. ♪ my name is billie gates and i'm here to say i like making software for computers ♪ [ laughter ] sorry, i just want to make sure it's not broke. testing. i just want to make sure it's not broken. that's right dr. dre got $3 billion from apple. he's actually the first doctor to make any money since obamacare passed. [ laughter ] >> steve: ho! hey! woah! [ laughter ] dvd! >> jimmy: here's some more news out of apple. it's rumored that they're
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getting ready to release the iphone six in august, a month earlier than experts were predicting. [ cheers ] and if you want a sneak peek of the new iphone take a look at your current iphone and pretend it costs 200 bucks more. [ laughter ] whoa! this is awesome! [ applause ] it's heavier! [ applause ] here's some sports news. with their loss to the braves yesterday, the chicago cubs became the third team in baseball history to lose 10,000 games. [ audience aws ] the poor cubs. i mean they can't even win a a losing contest. [ laughter ] i mean, third place? come on. the cubs are so bad that the bobble heads of the players can only shake their heads no. [ laughter ] the cubs are so bad the only wave the fans do is goodbye. [ laughter ] the cubs are so bad that last time they won a world series the team photo was an oil painting. [ laughter ] >> steve: what? >> jimmy: the only cub with worse luck is simba. [ laughter ] >> steve: whoa. [ singing lion king music ] [ applause ]
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>> jimmy: and finally i read that u.p.s is being sued for telling employees to lie about the weight of packages in order to force customers to pay more. [ audience oohs ] of course since their employees wear tight brown shorts all day they're not very good about lying about the size their packages. [ laughter ] we have a great show. give it up for the roots, everybody! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ >> jimmy: hey guys. it's monday. and we are thrilled to be back. we've got some fun shows coming up. dolly parton is going to be here this week. >> steve: whoa. >> jimmy: maya rudolph. jennifer lawrence will be jonning us. [ cheers and applause ] jennifer and i have something fun planned for thursday night. you don't want to miss that and then on friday, the great drew barrymore will be stopping by! [ cheers and applause ]
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we love drew. >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: we've got music from dolly parton, lily allen and a a performance from the cast of the broadway musical with the most tony nominations this season, "a gentlemen's guide to love and murder" this week. i cannot wait. it's going to be good. [ cheers and applause ] i want to see that. i want to see that play. but first we've got a big, big, big show tonight. he's one of the funniest people on the planet. louis c.k. is here. [ cheers and applause ] louis! >> steve: louis! >> jimmy: louis! plus -- this is a big deal for us. we're so excited. tonight we're going talk to a a pair of big time musicians. neil young and jack white are here tonight. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on. >> jimmy: they worked on this new record together. and then jack -- we flew this thing out from jack white's place out in nashville. and it's a booth -- like a a sound booth i guess. and you can only fit one man in the booth. but anyway, neil young is going
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to fit in that booth and he's going to record a song. and as he records it, it's going to make a vinyl record live on the show tonight. i don't know -- [ cheers and applause ] if that's ever been done on tv. but we're geeking out over it. there is only one copy of it but we're going to do it and make the record and then play the record here tonight. it's going to be a new neil young record. how fun is that? [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: come on, that's fun! >> jimmy: so cool! i can't wait to see that. i can't believe it. hey guys, do you ever go online or watch tv and you see some weird random thing on your screen? something that's just like accidently funny? well anyways, we asked you guys to keep on eye out for stuff like that and take a screen grab of it and take send it to us. we got tons of great ones in. so now i want to share some of our favorites. it's time for "screen grabs." here we go. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: now this first screen grab was sent in by a a samara show from cherry hill,
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new jersey. it's a groupon ad for some mother's day deals. let's take a look here. says, "amazing moms deserve amazing gifts." that's true, but look at that woman in the upper left. what is she holding, a creepy doll? [ laughter ] a creepy doll head? what is that? happy mother's day mom, here's that severed mannequin head you wanted. [ laughter ] this next screen grab was sent in by sarah burnett from cincinnati, ohio. she was doing some shopping on looking for jewelry, right? let's see and this is for mother's day. let's see what jewelry is available. well, std. that's good. that's perfect. [ laughter ] hey mom, i got it. [ applause ] sarah theresa davis. that's my mother's name. [ laughter ] >> steve: i got you some std. >> jimmy: you'll never get rid of this, mom. >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] ho! i heard it was viral. is that true? >> jimmy: no. [ laughter ] this next one is from paul beltrand in chile. he was watching the news on tv
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and one of the graphics made for a pretty interesting shot here. look at that dude's butt right there. [ laughter ] weird graphic. some weird timing right there. >> steve: he's got blue butt. >> jimmy: blue butt is the biggest show on cbs right now. >> steve: biggest, hugest show. giant. >> jimmy: we have one here. this is from brian mattingly in edmund, oklahoma. he was checking out ski resorts online, saw a really good deal. you guys got to go here. i mean check this out. lift tickets, look at this. save up to zero percent. [ laughter ] >> steve: oh my gosh! >> jimmy: you can save up to zero percent! i'm glad i found this website. i'm a genius. [ laughter ] i'm doing a little skiing this weekend. >> steve: one for a hundred, two for 200. [ laughter ] how many do you want dude? >> jimmy: two i guess. [ laughter ] give me a double zero since you got two. >> i can give you zero, zero percent. >> jimmy: are you serious? >> yes, buy three for 300. >> jimmy: then done. give me three of those man. how much do i owe you.? >> $500. >> jimmy: no problem. [ laughter ]
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this one's from brett turchee in clinton, indiana. it's one of those captcha things. you know those squiggly words you have to type in before you can like buy tickets to concerts and stuff like that? i don't get how it works or why it works but anyways, check out this word here. weiner tower. [ laughter ] "honey i'm going to get you those taylor swift tickets. i cannot wait. honey don't come into daddy's office. [ laughter ] weiner tower." >> steve: oh my god. >> jimmy: no get out of here. why don't you listen to your dad when he tells you not to come in here. [ light laughter ] weiner tower. i did see them once. [ laughter ] next one was sent in by charlie albert from effingham, illinois. effingham? [ laughter ] >> steve: hey, eff you. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> steve: eff him. >> jimmy: am i censoring myself? >> steve: yeah. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: is it really [ bleep ]ham, illinois? [ laughter and applause ] >> steve: woah! hey, ho! >> jimmy: took it too far. you took it too far. >> steve: the town is
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intercourse. [ laughter ] my god, you are filthy. [ laughter ] >> steve: weiner tower. [ laughter ] [ chanting ] >> steve: weiner tower! [ rhythmic clapping ] weiner tower! [ clapping ] >> jimmy: all right. [ laughter ] next one -- [ laughter ] next one was sent in by charlie albert from effingham, illinois. and it's an article he saw about arnold schwarzenegger. and just take a look at the photo here. arnold returns to body building. hey wait. [ laughter ] [ chanting ] >> steve: weiner tower! [ clapping ] >> jimmy: he's holding a a microphone i guess. >> steve: oh it's microphone. >> jimmy: i think he's holding like a microphone -- he's holding a microphone. can we see it again? [ arnold voice ] weiner tower! [ laughter ] he's the weiner tower! >> steve: the weiner tower of pisa. >> jimmy: the leaning weiner tower of -- [ laughter ] >> steve: i'm falling out of the weiner tower. [ laughter ] before it hits the door.
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[ laughter ] where is the weiner tower? [ laughter ] >> jimmy: kielbasa tower. whatever you call it. >> weiner snitsal. vienna sausage. knockwuerst, knockweurst. >> jimmy: i did knock weurst. they would not let me in the weiner tower. i'm knocking. i knocked weurst, everything. >> steve: i'll knock better. >> jimmy: i don't care. i got to get into the weiner tower. [ laughter ] >> steve: where is it, in effingham? [ laughter ] >> steve: weiner tower! [ clapping ] >> jimmy: all right. this one's from kyle arnold in youngville, north carolina. it's some guy he was watching on tv. let's see who it is there. marty higgins, professional tool. [ laughter ] that's not -- that's not fair. >> steve: that's mean. >> jimmy: that's mean and cruel. >> steve: what do you do for a a living? >> jimmy: i'm a tool. [ laughter ] here is one from eric allen in lehigh, utah.
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he was listening to some music on his phone and he saw a guy on an album cover he said it looks like me. let's check it out. [ laughter ] tom rush. >> steve: wrong end of the rainbow. >> jimmy: what does that mean? is that bad luck? >> steve: yeah i guess so. >> jimmy: let me see if i look like this dude. i don't know. [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] [ laughter ] >> steve: there we go. >> jimmy: over the rainbow you sick son of a -- that's the photo he chose for the album cover? >> steve: yeah, that's the one he wanted. >> jimmy: tom we need a photo. he had 600 photos, not even
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looking at the camera there. he looks like he's looking like fighting somebody in that one. [ laughter ] what are you looking at you sick son of a -- [ laughter and applause ] next one's from michelle neighbors in canton, ohio. she was searching online for some hotels. let's see what came up here. inn and suites. let's check the amenities. high speed internet. wireless high speed. bedbugs. >> steve: oh there ya go. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: free long distance. wait, internet and bedbugs? where do i sign up, dude? >> steve: that's the right end of the rainbow. >> jimmy: you'll save zero percent and you give 20 bucks for telling you about it. >> steve: are you serious? >> jimmy: yeah! >> steve: aw snap! >> jimmy: yeah. [ laughter ] this one's from kelly marsh in amherst, massachusetts. she was looking at a restaurant menu online. saw something interesting here. we got subs. there look in the right hand column. buffalo wing sub made with children blue cheese and hot sauce. [ laughter ] >> steve: whoa! >> jimmy: and freddy kruger's the chef. [ laughter ] >> steve: hannibal lector's in town.
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>> jimmy: fava beans. >> steve: ooh, chianti. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: and finally this last screen grab was sent into us by erin nicolochi in highland -- highlands ranch, colorado. she was checking out some tv listings. let's see what's on everybody. big, dick tracy. [ laughter ] there ya go. [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: weiner tower. [ clapping ] weiner tower. [ clapping ] >> jimmy: that's all the time we have for screen grabs. if you have a funny screen grab, email it to us at and we might put it on the show. stick around. we'll be right back with louis c.k. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ >> jimmy: our first guest is a a grammy and multiple emmy award winning comedian, actor and writer whose self-titled fx show "louis" airs mondays at 10 p.m. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome, louis c.k. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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>> jimmy: louis c.k., welcome to our show and thank you for being here. >> thank you very much for inviting me. >> jimmy: last time we scheduled you to be here. we asked you to be here. we canceled our show. >> that's right. >> jimmy: that's right, because i had a little baby girl. >> that's right. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: i apologize about that and thank you for coming back. >> well it was funny from my point of view because i was ready do the show and then this producer called me the day of. and he said we might start late today. and i was like all right, fine with me. and then he called me later and he said, "we're not sure if we're doing a show after all." i was like, okay, and he says, "there's something going on with jimmy and i can't talk about it." i was like, "okay. you don't have to tell me any of this. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you just tell me not to come." that's fine. >> yeah.
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and then he said the weirdest thing. he goes, "do you know jimmy personally?" i go, "yeah i know him." "have you seen him lately?" [ laughter ] and i was like, "no" and he's like, "okay. cool." and he hung up. [ laughter ] and then later i got a call from a different person saying there will be no show tonight. so i called my friend, a friend of my mine and i said, "you're going to find out on the news tonight that jimmy fallon is dead." [ laughter ] >> jimmy: no. i was convinced. >> jimmy: no. >> that you disappeared. they couldn't find -- and they're like, "by the way have you seen him?" what does that mean? >> jimmy: the guy on the phone. >> and then you're dead. and i was like, "he's dead, that's what happened." >> jimmy: no i didn't die no. >> another life began instead of one ending. >> jimmy: sorry to scare you about that. >> it's all right. i wasn't scared i was just so curious. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: i know but concerned maybe like -- emotional. >> i would be sad if you died. i will be sad when you die. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: wait you're going to outlive me?
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>> yeah. [ laughter ] yeah. >> jimmy: how do you know? we don't know what's going to happen in life. >> no neither of us know at all. >> jimmy: no we don't know. >> but i wouldn't be scared that you're going to die. let's move on. >> jimmy: no -- no we can talk about it. i know i didn't mean to say that -- i'm scared. but i was talking about me as a a freudian slip. and is said, would you be scared if i died, i would be scared if i died. >> no you wouldn't. you wouldn't be anything. [ laughter ] no more things after you die. that's no more activities. >> jimmy: again, you don't know that. >> unless there is a hurricane and your coffin comes out of mud. there's no more. >> jimmy: that doesn't bring you back to life though, if your coffin comes out of the mud. >> you're in there going, "whoa!" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you don't feel that. but no, i had a beautiful little baby girl. >> congratulations. >> jimmy: thank you very much. and i was going to ask you, you're raising two little girls in new york city. is there any advice? >> how old is she now? >> jimmy: 9 1/2 months. >> yeah, so you don't have to do anything. nothing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: don't do anything? >> no she's still at an age
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where if you leave her in a a room she'll still be there in a few minutes later. [ laughter ] there's nothing you gotta do. well, that's what -- you focus on what you gotta do now which is nothing. [ laughter ] she just eats and poops and falls asleep and wakes up, cries. it's nothing, there's nothing do. and then later you gotta -- yeah you know. it doesn't matter if you're raising her in new york city yet. >> jimmy: okay. >> she's not like, "whoo, this town is crazy." she's not -- [ laughter ] it doesn't matter yet. >> jimmy: i don't think you care that you live in new york city. >> yeah why? >> jimmy: because you own a a boat. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and most people who live in new york city don't own boats. >> that's true. >> jimmy: yeah, but you own a a boat and you go boating. >> there's only like 30 of us. yeah, there's only room for 30 boats. >> it's just something that you just don't -- i can barely drive a car. >> yeah. >> jimmy: i don't own a boat. >> yeah. >> jimmy: but you have a boat and go out boating? >> yeah, i take it out and go out on the river. and there's big ferries and stuff and i go next to them and they honk at me and the guy flips me off and -- very reckless and crazy.
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>> jimmy: the crazy thing you bring the kids with you as well? >> sometimes, yeah, yeah. >> jimmy: what is the hardest part about boating. >> well, you have to park it. that's the hardest part is parking it. it's true, like once you're out in the water and you're kinda just pushing through the water, you can even let go of the wheel and walk around the boat. you can. but parking it is the hardest thing. cause you go into these marinas and you are parking like between two, you know, $3 million boats or sometimes like a super yacht or something. >> jimmy: yeah, how big is your boat? >> my boat is 42 feet so it could really wreck one of these things you know. it's big enough to hurt another boat. and when you are going into a a slip, you can't use your steering wheel, cause you're not going fast enough. so you just have these two engines and you drive it like a a tank. and every time i go into a a marina all these guys, millionaires, come out of their boats and they're watching -- [ laughter ] and they have this terrified look on their face. >> jimmy: pressure's on there man. you start sweating? >> yeah, i start sweating and i take off my coat. and my girls -- i say, shut up,
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i start screaming at everybody. [ laughter ] don't talk -- >> we already had a great boat trip now shut up! they start yelling, they start crying. go cry downstairs in the bilge. [ laughter ] cry in the bilge. >> jimmy: but then do you ever take it out of the river and go into like the ocean? >> once in a while. i like to explore and do something i haven't been before. and my rule is i don't take the girls anywhere i have been. so i have to be -- i have to try something for the first time, right? so last year i went out -- i decided i'm gonna go under the verrazano narrows bridge into the ocean and just see what happens. i never did it. so i just pushed it out of new york harbor and into the ocean. and the waves are big swells, i'm out in the water. and all of sudden it's fog. i can't -- like in 10 seconds i can see nothing. it's a weird thing. just whiteness. there's no -- you're in a a cloud. you're in the fog. >> jimmy: feel like you died. >> yeah a little bit. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah tell me about it. yeah, tell me about it.
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>> it's not that bad. >> jimmy: it's not that bad, yeah. >> and so i'm in the cloud and then all of sudden i hear -- after hearing nothing -- nothing, and then i hear. [ imitates horn ] like crazy loud. >> jimmy: you're kidding me? >> and it's like high up. so it's from a tall thing. and then i hear like two seconds later -- [ imitates louder horn ] like way louder. >> jimmy: its closer, yeah that means it's getting closer yes. >> i can see nothing. so i just start turning and i'm hitting my horn and crazy -- >> jimmy: what does your horn sound like? >> beep. [ laughter ] it was a mess. >> jimmy: a complete mess. so what was it? >> so i got out of the -- i found a way to turn around and then i looked behind me and it was this norwegian freighter that was like the statue of liberty laid on its side. that's how big it was. or no like the empire state building layed on its side. just a massive town. and it was pushing water out of the way the guy -- this captain called -- could
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you please move to the left or the right. [ laughter ] i was in his way. [ as scharzenegger ] >> jimmy: step to the right of the water towers. the weaner. the weaner tower we have to watch to that. please move the weaner tower to the we half to watch out for that. that's all you have to do. >> arnold schwarzenegger. >> jimmy: yeah he was in there. what was that whole thing. why would you drive that -- >> because i went into something called the ambrose channel which is where the big ships come all day long. and i had no business or right to be there. >> jimmy: yeah and you brought a gps photo of your boat. >> yeah because the boat, my boat's gps tracks my route so the little dotted line you can see is where i went in. and then you can see where i went holy [ bleep ] and turned around. >> jimmy: yeah yeah. >> scurried back. >> jimmy: the way in, a little loopy and fun and curvy. the way back -- straightest line every. i love that. more with louis c.k. after the break, everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we're hanging out with louis c.k. everybody. he's right here. [ cheers and applause ] gosh he's funny. i'm happy "louis" is back. season four he's been -- 19 months off the air. >> the schedule -- this year i've spent a year making the show. i usually spend three or four months. but the reason i took the time off was so i could do this show better. i took like a little time off, but mostly i spent a whole year writing and shooting the show. it's the hardest i've ever worked on the show. >> jimmy: oh, wow. this is exciting. >> it's going to be good. >> jimmy: i can see. because you not working as hard is good. [ light laughter ] so you working hard should be
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better. >> yes, i hope so. if i worked harder and the show was worse that would really be a bad thing. [ laughter ] that would show bad trends. >> jimmy: and what's happening with your character louis this season? >> well, there's a whole story that's like six episodes that starts tonight that he falls -- he meets a woman and he goes for this woman. so he spends like six episodes. it's me. what are you pretending it's somebody else? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: the character louis. >> the character of louis meets this is woman and for six episodes tries to be with her and all this stuff. >> jimmy: and speaking of -- steven wright, who is one of the best comedians i think out there, he's the consulting producer on this? >> yeah. he's helping me on the show. he was on the set a lot and he was around when i was writing and editing. >> jimmy: he's a genius, that guy. >> steven, when i was coming up in boston as a stand up, steven wright was like our patron saint. >> jimmy: yeah, the guy can't -- [ steven wright voice ] walk down the street with his hair and that voice. [ laughter ] like you ordering at starbuck's. and you're like, "that's steven wright." [ steven wright voice ] "can i get a caramel latte?"
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>> well he said -- yeah, exactly. >> jimmy: you can't do anything in boston. he's just too famous. >> no. so, he came and hung out on my set. >> jimmy: great guy. >> yeah, he's a great guy. very funny dude. >> jimmy: now, we have a clip here and we're gonna see -- what is this here? it's you and the girls on a -- >> on the subway, yeah. we have the rule with me and my kids and this is from real life. we have a rule that if you have you get on the train and one kid left off on the platform, that they have to stay there until the other people come and get them. so, when you have kids and you take the subway every day you go through these rules. what are you going to do if this happens? anyways, so this is one of the daughters on the show is a a little not right in the head really. [ laughter ] so here is what she does. >> jimmy: we have a clip. louis c.k. in "louis." take a look at this. >> so what do you need from your mom's house? you need your science notebook? >> i need my science notebook and i need it for wednesday. >> so if i get it to you
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tomorrow that's okay? >> yeah. >> jane, jane! >> it's okay daddy! >> stop this train! open the door! >> daddy, i'm going to stay right here! >> jane! jane! >> i'll stay right here! i'll stay right here! >> stop the train! >> dad, it's okay. >> stop the train! >> dad, dad, dad, dad. >> stop the train! >> it's okay. she's gonna be okay. remember the subway rule? >> ah! ah! >> remember the subway rule it's gonna be -- >> [ bleep ] [ laughter ] >> jimmy: louis c.k. "louis" airs mondays at 10:00 pm on fx. neil young and jack white join us next. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ avo: when cold refreshment calls...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: we are joined right now by a pair of hugely influential musicians. neil young, one of my favorites of all time. he's got -- this is his new album here. "a letter home." this is the album. this is what you get when you get this. it's just insane.
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i gotta talk about it. this was produced in jack white's studio in nashville using a 70 year-old vinyl recording booth. and, yeah, here to talk about that and more cool stuff. another one of my favorite musicians. please welcome jack white and neil young. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: welcome to the show, guys. yeah, we love the roots. now, jack you performed on our show a few times when we were "late night." >> i'm sorry your name was? [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: uh, hi. how you doing? neil's son. neil, you kind of performed on our show. >> i was here. i was here a long time ago. >> jimmy: looking good.
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looking good. >> think it was only two years ago. >> jimmy: two years ago was the last time i did an impression of you. [ laughter ] thank you for letting me do that. sung some great hits. >> when i looked at that i go, "what colorist did i have when i did that?" >> jimmy: no. you had nice brow hair. it was beautiful. you're a stud, absolutely. we're happy you're here. look at this. "a letter home," this is the actual, this is it. this is the box set, right? this is what you get right here. and is this just like packing tape? >> it is. it's handwritten and those are polaroid's, real polaroid's on the cover there. >> jimmy: is that right. this is the most fun thing. this is what you have to do. how fun is thi? it comes out may 27th. how do we get this? >> um -- >> jimmy: how do we buy this? in stores or online? >> you got my phone number, right? >> jimmy: no, not me. [ light laughter ] i mean everyone else here. how do they get it? to go neil's website? >> record stores everywhere. and third man records has it online too if you wanna order it that way. >> jimmy: and it's so fun. what made you get into this recording in the vinyl booth,
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recording booth thing? >> we had a thing -- i spent a a year and a half restoring that record booth. i looked for ten years for one and finally found it through this guy bill bouman who knew some collectors in the mechanical world. so, i spent a year and a half getting it running. it was not an easy task. and we had it -- for record -- we debuted it. and neil young happened to be in town with his electric car. we both own electric cars too. so we were getting together to just talk about that. and when he was there -- [ laughter ] everyone was using the booth for the very first time. and we had a curtain behind it. so we were just talking, and a a kid comes in and covers one of neil's songs in the booth. >> we were playing and singing and everybody got in and did a a thing. and then, you know, they give it, and they have their record. and they'd leave with it. and i said to jack, "i want to try that. let me try that out." >> jimmy: these kids going in and singing my songs. >> yeah i wanna try somebody else's song. >> jimmy: "heart of gold," yeah i wanna do that. let me do it. i'm here. i'm me. >> i went in there and did it. and i thought -- i said to jack, "you know i could do an album in there, right?"
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>> jimmy: yeah. >> and i said, "i have someone else on the other line. wait one second. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: yeah, right? you did not. you never did that. but this is like -- "a letter home" is the name of it. and how do you choose these songs? >> these are songs by great songwriters that influenced me when i was growing up. they're people, musicians and singer/songwriters that -- just all of them could play their own instrument and sing by themselves and deliver a a song. you know, so that was something that made a big difference to me when i was younger. so that's why i chose those songs because they mean so much to me. >> jimmy: and you will be doing "crazy" tonight. patsy cline made it famous. [ cheers and applause ] >> yeah. written by willie nelson. >> jimmy: really? willie nelson wrote that. >> willie nelson wrote that. a lot of people don't know that. pre long hair. >> yeah early willie. >> jimmy: early willie nelson and then you have "on the road again" is on this album, by willie as well. gordon lightfoot, "if you could read my mind." >> what a song. unbelievable.
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>> that's my favorite on this record. >> jimmy: is it really? we had him on the show. gordon, he's a good guy. "since i met you baby" is that -- ♪ since i met you baby >> ivory joe hunter. wow. great, great record. >> jimmy: great record right there. "my hometown." bruce springsteen. >> yeah. that was the newest one that i did. i thought it was such a great song. what a great songwriter and performer. and when he plays by himself, you know, not that many people have seen him do that but he's really, really great by himself. so people can do things by themselves and carry the song, that's part of what this is about. >> jimmy: and this is the first song you've done with bruce springsteen since "whip my hair." >> yeah. and that was good. [ laughter ] i saw that. i thought i was really good in that. >> jimmy: thank you. well it's good to have you. it's good to have you on. i forgot to thank you, but i did say you're welcome as you when i thanked you earlier. >> where were you when we did that? >> jimmy: we were right over there. yeah, you were right over there when we did that. i want to show everyone this box, this booth that you brought with you from nashville. let's take a look and explain what the heck is going on here.
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[ applause ] this is just absolutely so -- when was this made around? >> this is about 1947. and they stopped making them in the 60's. it went through a bunch of different designs. but this is i think the most beautiful. it has lots of wood and steel. >> since we started about two years ago we've had almost a a thousand people record in this. >> jimmy: really? >> and we have a thing where you can send the recording to us and we'll post it online. we have a collection going of that. >> jimmy: and it comes out as a a vinyl. it makes it right there. and then you have a little sleeve for it with an address. >> you can mail it from third man records. this is a cool thing. where neil did his whole new album. anybody can come to nashville and you record in this exact same booth. it's the only one available to the public in the world. >> jimmy: i love the sound in this thing. it's just unbelievable. >> and you can attest. >> yeah, and it sounds great. it's fabulous. you get inside it and you are just in a zone. you close the door and it's like you've gonna back, way back. >> jimmy: yeah. well we're gonna give everyone a chance to --
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>> louis can do two minutes and just kill. [ light laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: there's going to be no laughter. it's a soundproof booth. >> it's cooler that way. >> jimmy: you like it that way with no laughter in there at all. >> yeah. >> jimmy: we're actually gonna show you a little example of this. "a letter home" is the new album. and in a minute he's going record a song on vinyl right here in this booth. [ cheers and applause ] a little crazy. when we come back. this happens right after the break. stick around everybody. come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: you guys ready for this? [ cheers ] oh my goodness. welcome back everyone. so now neil is in the booth performing willie nelson's classic "crazy." once again, neil young. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ ♪ crazy i'm crazy for feelin' so lonely ♪
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♪ crazy i'm crazy for feelin' so blue ♪ ♪ i knew you'd love me as long as you wanted ♪ ♪ and then some day you'd leave me for somebody new ♪ ♪ worry why do i let myself worry ♪ ♪ wonderin' what in the world did i do ♪ ♪ crazy for thinkin that my love could hold you ♪ ♪ i'm crazy for tryin
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i'm crazy for cryin' and i'm crazy for loving you ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ i'm crazy for tryin' i'm crazy for cryin' and i'm crazy for loving you ♪ ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that's good. that's the way to do it! that's the way do it right there! how cool was that? we're going to listen to it when we get back.
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neil young, just write "a letter home" is in stores on may 27th. go to your record store. ask for it. visit for an exclusive bonus performance. we'll be right back everybody. [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back everybody. hot wax just came out right there. here is the hot wax. let's put the vinyl on jack and give it spin. see what we just made. >> just labeled it. okay. >> jimmy: that's a great label. all right. here we go. ♪ ♪ crazy i'm crazy for
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feeling so lonely ♪ >> jimmy: i mean that's a sound you can't get right there. oh my god. [ cheers and applause ] you guys are, go pick up the album "a letter home." look at this right here. go to our new record store and pick it up. my thanks to louis c.k., neil young and jack white. [ cheers and applause ] give it up for the roots right there ladies and gentlemen. stay tuned for "late night with seth meyers." thank you for watching. have a great night. see you tomorrow. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> announcer: from 30 rockefeller plaza in new york, it's "late night with seth meyers." tonight -- nick offerman and megan mullally, gilbert gottfried,